|Table of contents
|Methods used in sociology to study social processes
|Cooperation and Labor Division
|Competition as an idea and practice
As a result, modifications are made to the social institutions' structure. Either cooperative behaviour or major conflict brought on by rivalry results in a change.
The pattern of human behaviour connected to cooperation and conflict is explained by two main elements.
A form of social stratification known as the caste system includes the following characteristics:
Some of the fundamental benefits that advantaged groups may enjoy are:
Note: I made minor changes in the wording for clarity and coherence.
|1. What is social stratification?
|2. What methods are used in sociology to study social processes?
|3. What is social accommodation?
|4. How does competition impact social processes?
|5. What is the relationship between social structure and social processes?